Last month as part of a big limited-time sale, the new Roku 3600R Streaming Stick dropped to just $39 shipped. It was an incredible price for a brand new product that became a class leader the instant it was released. Just like any other Roku device, the 3600R Streaming Stick gives users access to all of their favorite streaming media services like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Vudu, HBO Go, Showtime Anytime, HBO Now, and so much more. As a matter of fact, this great palm-sized Roku provides access to more than 10,000 channels of streaming entertainment.

Our article telling readers about that big sale was our most popular deals posts of the week, but don’t feel bad if you missed it because we have some fantastic news: The sale is back on for a limited time.

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$49.99 is a great price for the 3600R considering how much power it packs into a device that’s so wonderfully portable. You can use it at home as your main streaming device, and then you can pop it into a bag or even a pocket and take it with you to hotels as you travel. Imagine that — the same great streaming experience anywhere you go.

As good a deal as the Streaming Stick’s standard price is though, it’s obviously an even better deal at $39 with free Prime shipping from Amazon. Here are a few key details:

  • Powerful quad-core processor and fast dual-band wireless. 8x more processing power than before.
  • Access to Amazon, VUDU, Netflix, Hulu, Google Play, and more.
  • Portable for different HDTVs in your home, hotel, and dorm rooms
  • Unbiased search results across top channels to find where it’s free or cheapest to watch
  • Free mobile app for iOS and Android with voice search and private listening

It’s not exactly clear when this sale on the Roku 3600R Streaming Stick will be over, so be sure to take advantage while you can.

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